The Vermont Senator told talk show host Jimmy Kimmel ‘yes and no’ when asked if he was surprised to 'still be here'
Three Western states are holding votes that will help determine the parties' nominee
Protesters parked cars and trucks across the highway to block traffic
Police have issued a statement to reassure parents that other students are not in danger
Phoenix City Council will adopt a moment of silence before meetings instead of prayers to include 'all faiths'
Don Harris had called a press conference to condemn the use of racist slurs
The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints won national notoriety in 2005, when leader Warren Jeffs was charged with the sexual assault of a minor and went on the run
Police say the girl had duct tape around her mouth, hands, arms and legs, and was 'covered in faeces'
The image has been shared more than 2,000 times on Facebook
Legal push will also challenge the use of controversial sedative Midazolam in executions
'You know why they call it the American Dream? Because you gotta be asleep to believe it'
Paul Armand Rater admitted to police that he had left the little girl under a tree in the desert 'while he went for a few drinks and a cheeseburger'
Hollywood hard man could surprise voters with environment-friendly policies
'Hiking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing in New Zealand was extraordinary'
Iron Man might sound like a Marvel's comic, and only a comic, but a Swiss pilot proves wrong and flies up in the skies using an engine-powered jetsuit
Tourist attractions in the US including the Grand Canyon, the Statue of Liberty, and Mount Rushmore will soon re-open, despite the continued shutdown of the country's government.